News from the #HobbyArcheology department. A (bread) knife.
Oh wow. The @archaeologyuk writes:
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- Research Reports
- Practical Handbooks
- Archaeology for All Series
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Sadly it looks like their Sharepoint is currently overloaded and throttles new connections. Hope it’ll work again soon. Totally going for Timber–Framed Buildings 😀
Hat tip @VArchGroup
Visited the lake dwelling settlement at 88690 Uhldingen-Mühlhofen, District Unteruhldingen / Germany. Worth every cent. We had a great time there today. I was there as a child myself and I hope that mine will also keep this in good memory 😀
Today from the HobbyArcheology department: An antenna. Wire already completely gone. Probably ~2010
Today from the HobbyArcheology department: A part of a side wall from a traditional farm wagon. Probably.
Today from the #HobbyArcheology department: A wooden wheel hub from a traditional farm wagon.
Today from the #HobbyArcheology department: A NYM cable ~10cm belowground across the garden. What could possibly go wrong?